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15th Jun '16 6:53:16 PM nombretomado
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More recently, [[TelltaleGames Telltail Games]] announced two seasons of four [[EpisodicGame Episodic Games]]. The first consisted of adaptations of books in the original canon: ''Sapphire Stone'', ''Wooden Mask'', ''Trident of the Seaponies'' (slightly re-written to be later in the timeline than the book was) and ''Ring of the Marengeti''. These were largely praised for their voice acting and writing, with a lot of AdaptationExpansion, but criticised for [[ItsEasySoItSucks unchallenging puzzles]]. Telltail have announced that they will work to correct this aspect in the second season, which will consist of original stories. The first announced title for Season 2 is ''[[IndianaJonesAndTheFateOfAtlantis Daring Do and the Fate of Atlatigo]]''. Another videogame company, PAL Laboratories, announced that they're working on a more action packed platformer called ''[[VideoGame/KirbySuperStar Daring Do and the Great Cave Offensive]]'' which takes place on a completely separate continuity from the Telltail games and apparently the books as well.

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More recently, [[TelltaleGames [[Creator/TelltaleGames Telltail Games]] announced two seasons of four [[EpisodicGame Episodic Games]]. The first consisted of adaptations of books in the original canon: ''Sapphire Stone'', ''Wooden Mask'', ''Trident of the Seaponies'' (slightly re-written to be later in the timeline than the book was) and ''Ring of the Marengeti''. These were largely praised for their voice acting and writing, with a lot of AdaptationExpansion, but criticised for [[ItsEasySoItSucks unchallenging puzzles]]. Telltail have announced that they will work to correct this aspect in the second season, which will consist of original stories. The first announced title for Season 2 is ''[[IndianaJonesAndTheFateOfAtlantis Daring Do and the Fate of Atlatigo]]''. Another videogame company, PAL Laboratories, announced that they're working on a more action packed platformer called ''[[VideoGame/KirbySuperStar Daring Do and the Great Cave Offensive]]'' which takes place on a completely separate continuity from the Telltail games and apparently the books as well.
4th Feb '16 10:48:54 PM NoSpoilersPlz
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# '''Daring Do and the Eternal Insomnia''' by Galactic Gospel: Daring Do takes it upon herself to catch the culprit behind the thefts of Princess Luna's personal artifacts. What she confronts is a cursed mare who has been awake for a decade, and wants nothing more than to sleep again.
7th Dec '15 2:08:10 PM Berrenta
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Please note: to avoid any [[InternetBacklash Canternet Backlash]] [[SeriousBusiness regarding Mahavir/Mahiavar's name]] in these descriptions, we will be using the spelling that corresponds to the earliest appearance of the name in the first print of the relevant book. This is to help avoid confusion like in ''Scepter Of The Chaos Beast'' where his name alternates almost every time it appears and even between print runs[[note]]The author assures us this is intentional[[/note]]. THIS IS FINAL!!!

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Please note: to avoid any [[InternetBacklash Canternet Backlash]] Backlash [[SeriousBusiness regarding Mahavir/Mahiavar's name]] in these descriptions, we will be using the spelling that corresponds to the earliest appearance of the name in the first print of the relevant book. This is to help avoid confusion like in ''Scepter Of The Chaos Beast'' where his name alternates almost every time it appears and even between print runs[[note]]The author assures us this is intentional[[/note]]. THIS IS FINAL!!!
6th Dec '15 6:15:45 PM nombretomado
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# '''Daring Do and the Church of the Blue Sun''', by [[Creator/GrantMorrison Grant Mareson]]: In which Daring Do, due to a lost God Skull from the [[ComicBook/SevenSoldiers Sheeda Tribe]], is sent to an alternate post-apocalyptic universe in which all her friends worship [[SFDebris a giant blue sun by the name of Chuck Son of Burg]] who wants to sacrifice her to further his war with [[Series/StarTrekVoyager The Way of Jane]], a brainwashing cult who wants to rule the world through a mysterious device called The Mind Bomb. The ending is considered a MindScrew by many due to Daring Do meeting alternate versions of herself and ending on [[ComicBook/AnimalMan a conversation with Mareson on the state of fiction written about her and her friends and ending on an ambiguous note questioning whether or not it was all just a dream.]] [[ViewersAreGeniuses It is considered to be the worst of the Daring Do spin offs by its fans due to it being too confusing]] and [[ComicBook/FinalCrisis the ending that requires the reader to know the entire history of the character and the stories that inspired the writer to write the character]] when, in fact, most reviewers of the book actually say that is not true due to the majority of the themes being universal and the references made at the end are just in passing and more akin to to easter eggs for the fans. [[ComicBook/NewXMen Haters of the series loving it because it does something new with the ''Daring Do'' formula despite using many of the tropes they are known to hate from the series]]. [[Creator/AlanMoore Ironically, it is the only New Adventures book the original author of the series vocally likes (rather than merely tolerates) due to it not ripping any of her stories off.]]

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# '''Daring Do and the Church of the Blue Sun''', by [[Creator/GrantMorrison Grant Mareson]]: In which Daring Do, due to a lost God Skull from the [[ComicBook/SevenSoldiers Sheeda Tribe]], is sent to an alternate post-apocalyptic universe in which all her friends worship [[SFDebris [[WebSite/SFDebris a giant blue sun by the name of Chuck Son of Burg]] who wants to sacrifice her to further his war with [[Series/StarTrekVoyager The Way of Jane]], a brainwashing cult who wants to rule the world through a mysterious device called The Mind Bomb. The ending is considered a MindScrew by many due to Daring Do meeting alternate versions of herself and ending on [[ComicBook/AnimalMan a conversation with Mareson on the state of fiction written about her and her friends and ending on an ambiguous note questioning whether or not it was all just a dream.]] [[ViewersAreGeniuses It is considered to be the worst of the Daring Do spin offs by its fans due to it being too confusing]] and [[ComicBook/FinalCrisis the ending that requires the reader to know the entire history of the character and the stories that inspired the writer to write the character]] when, in fact, most reviewers of the book actually say that is not true due to the majority of the themes being universal and the references made at the end are just in passing and more akin to to easter eggs for the fans. [[ComicBook/NewXMen Haters of the series loving it because it does something new with the ''Daring Do'' formula despite using many of the tropes they are known to hate from the series]]. [[Creator/AlanMoore Ironically, it is the only New Adventures book the original author of the series vocally likes (rather than merely tolerates) due to it not ripping any of her stories off.]]
6th Dec '15 5:38:52 PM nombretomado
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# '''Daring Do and the Church of the Blue Sun''', by [[Creator/GrantMorrison Grant Mareson]]: In which Daring Do, due to a lost God Skull from the [[SevenSoldiers Sheeda Tribe]], is sent to an alternate post-apocalyptic universe in which all her friends worship [[SFDebris a giant blue sun by the name of Chuck Son of Burg]] who wants to sacrifice her to further his war with [[Series/StarTrekVoyager The Way of Jane]], a brainwashing cult who wants to rule the world through a mysterious device called The Mind Bomb. The ending is considered a MindScrew by many due to Daring Do meeting alternate versions of herself and ending on [[ComicBook/AnimalMan a conversation with Mareson on the state of fiction written about her and her friends and ending on an ambiguous note questioning whether or not it was all just a dream.]] [[ViewersAreGeniuses It is considered to be the worst of the Daring Do spin offs by its fans due to it being too confusing]] and [[ComicBook/FinalCrisis the ending that requires the reader to know the entire history of the character and the stories that inspired the writer to write the character]] when, in fact, most reviewers of the book actually say that is not true due to the majority of the themes being universal and the references made at the end are just in passing and more akin to to easter eggs for the fans. [[ComicBook/NewXMen Haters of the series loving it because it does something new with the ''Daring Do'' formula despite using many of the tropes they are known to hate from the series]]. [[Creator/AlanMoore Ironically, it is the only New Adventures book the original author of the series vocally likes (rather than merely tolerates) due to it not ripping any of her stories off.]]

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# '''Daring Do and the Church of the Blue Sun''', by [[Creator/GrantMorrison Grant Mareson]]: In which Daring Do, due to a lost God Skull from the [[SevenSoldiers [[ComicBook/SevenSoldiers Sheeda Tribe]], is sent to an alternate post-apocalyptic universe in which all her friends worship [[SFDebris a giant blue sun by the name of Chuck Son of Burg]] who wants to sacrifice her to further his war with [[Series/StarTrekVoyager The Way of Jane]], a brainwashing cult who wants to rule the world through a mysterious device called The Mind Bomb. The ending is considered a MindScrew by many due to Daring Do meeting alternate versions of herself and ending on [[ComicBook/AnimalMan a conversation with Mareson on the state of fiction written about her and her friends and ending on an ambiguous note questioning whether or not it was all just a dream.]] [[ViewersAreGeniuses It is considered to be the worst of the Daring Do spin offs by its fans due to it being too confusing]] and [[ComicBook/FinalCrisis the ending that requires the reader to know the entire history of the character and the stories that inspired the writer to write the character]] when, in fact, most reviewers of the book actually say that is not true due to the majority of the themes being universal and the references made at the end are just in passing and more akin to to easter eggs for the fans. [[ComicBook/NewXMen Haters of the series loving it because it does something new with the ''Daring Do'' formula despite using many of the tropes they are known to hate from the series]]. [[Creator/AlanMoore Ironically, it is the only New Adventures book the original author of the series vocally likes (rather than merely tolerates) due to it not ripping any of her stories off.]]
21st Nov '15 8:51:29 AM nombretomado
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# '''[[Series/StarTrekVoyager Daring Do and Professor Discordia]]''': Inti exploits the Lumenians' ignorance of atomic matter to get the ship stuck, as they declare war on the villain of a [[BuckRogers Buck Canters]]-like LARP, thus imperiling the ship. This villain was originally to be called Killer Frame, but Polo House announced the villain's name would be changed in response to protests by lethal white syndrome awareness groups. The fandom has been... less than pleased.

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# '''[[Series/StarTrekVoyager Daring Do and Professor Discordia]]''': Inti exploits the Lumenians' ignorance of atomic matter to get the ship stuck, as they declare war on the villain of a [[BuckRogers [[ComicStrip/BuckRogers Buck Canters]]-like LARP, thus imperiling the ship. This villain was originally to be called Killer Frame, but Polo House announced the villain's name would be changed in response to protests by lethal white syndrome awareness groups. The fandom has been... less than pleased.
24th Oct '15 2:39:00 PM WanderingBrowser
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* ''[VideoGame/[StoryOfTheBlanks Legend of the Zomponies]]'', by A. Bloom, winner of a Best Student Writer competition: Outback Jack's younger sister, Alice Springs, stumbles upon the Blank Village. Notable for the surprisingly high amount of fan art depicting Alice as a very sad Zompony, despite [[spoiler:the happy ending.]]

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* ''[VideoGame/[StoryOfTheBlanks ''[[VideoGame/StoryOfTheBlanks Legend of the Zomponies]]'', by A. Bloom, winner of a Best Student Writer competition: Outback Jack's younger sister, Alice Springs, stumbles upon the Blank Village. Notable for the surprisingly high amount of fan art depicting Alice as a very sad Zompony, despite [[spoiler:the happy ending.]]
24th Oct '15 2:26:46 PM WanderingBrowser
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# '''[[Recap/DaringDoAndTheRubyOfTheBlankVillage Daring Do and the Ruby of the Blank Village]]''', by Gusty Lulamoon: While Daring and Storm Talon are with a group investigating ruins in the Everfree Forest just outside Ponyville, they find a village where nopony has a cutie mark. Two of the party are killed for having cutie marks, and that is not even the village's deepest secret.

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# '''[[Recap/DaringDoAndTheRubyOfTheBlankVillage Daring Do and the Ruby of the Blank Village]]''', by Gusty Lulamoon: While Daring and Storm Talon are with a group investigating ruins in the Everfree Forest just outside Ponyville, they find [[VideoGame/StoryOfTheBlanks a village where nopony has a cutie mark.mark]]. Two of the party are killed for having cutie marks, and that is not even the village's deepest secret.



* ''[[StoryOfTheBlanks Legend of the Zomponies]]'', by A. Bloom, winner of a Best Student Writer competition: Outback Jack's younger sister, Alice Springs, stumbles upon the Blank Village. Notable for the surprisingly high amount of fan art depicting Alice as a very sad Zompony, despite [[spoiler:the happy ending.]]

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* ''[[StoryOfTheBlanks ''[VideoGame/[StoryOfTheBlanks Legend of the Zomponies]]'', by A. Bloom, winner of a Best Student Writer competition: Outback Jack's younger sister, Alice Springs, stumbles upon the Blank Village. Notable for the surprisingly high amount of fan art depicting Alice as a very sad Zompony, despite [[spoiler:the happy ending.]]
21st Oct '15 4:32:42 PM nombretomado
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[[{{Disney}} Colt Disneigh Studios]] has recently announced the production of two Daring Do animated features, one based on the leaked ''Children of Primus'', the other an entirely original story called ''Daring Do and the Monkey King''. Both features scripted by author [[Creator/TerryPratchett Terri Prancett]]. They are both scheduled for release at next Nightmare Night.

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[[{{Disney}} [[Creator/{{Disney}} Colt Disneigh Studios]] has recently announced the production of two Daring Do animated features, one based on the leaked ''Children of Primus'', the other an entirely original story called ''Daring Do and the Monkey King''. Both features scripted by author [[Creator/TerryPratchett Terri Prancett]]. They are both scheduled for release at next Nightmare Night.
21st Sep '15 5:51:55 PM nombretomado
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# '''Daring Do and the Church of the Blue Sun''', by [[Creator/GrantMorrison Grant Mareson]]: In which Daring Do, due to a lost God Skull from the [[SevenSoldiers Sheeda Tribe]], is sent to an alternate post-apocalyptic universe in which all her friends worship [[SFDebris a giant blue sun by the name of Chuck Son of Burg]] who wants to sacrifice her to further his war with [[Series/StarTrekVoyager The Way of Jane]], a brainwashing cult who wants to rule the world through a mysterious device called The Mind Bomb. The ending is considered a MindScrew by many due to Daring Do meeting alternate versions of herself and ending on [[ComicBook/AnimalMan a conversation with Mareson on the state of fiction written about her and her friends and ending on an ambiguous note questioning whether or not it was all just a dream.]] [[ViewersAreGeniuses It is considered to be the worst of the Daring Do spin offs by its fans due to it being too confusing]] and [[FinalCrisis the ending that requires the reader to know the entire history of the character and the stories that inspired the writer to write the character]] when, in fact, most reviewers of the book actually say that is not true due to the majority of the themes being universal and the references made at the end are just in passing and more akin to to easter eggs for the fans. [[ComicBook/NewXMen Haters of the series loving it because it does something new with the ''Daring Do'' formula despite using many of the tropes they are known to hate from the series]]. [[Creator/AlanMoore Ironically, it is the only New Adventures book the original author of the series vocally likes (rather than merely tolerates) due to it not ripping any of her stories off.]]

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# '''Daring Do and the Church of the Blue Sun''', by [[Creator/GrantMorrison Grant Mareson]]: In which Daring Do, due to a lost God Skull from the [[SevenSoldiers Sheeda Tribe]], is sent to an alternate post-apocalyptic universe in which all her friends worship [[SFDebris a giant blue sun by the name of Chuck Son of Burg]] who wants to sacrifice her to further his war with [[Series/StarTrekVoyager The Way of Jane]], a brainwashing cult who wants to rule the world through a mysterious device called The Mind Bomb. The ending is considered a MindScrew by many due to Daring Do meeting alternate versions of herself and ending on [[ComicBook/AnimalMan a conversation with Mareson on the state of fiction written about her and her friends and ending on an ambiguous note questioning whether or not it was all just a dream.]] [[ViewersAreGeniuses It is considered to be the worst of the Daring Do spin offs by its fans due to it being too confusing]] and [[FinalCrisis [[ComicBook/FinalCrisis the ending that requires the reader to know the entire history of the character and the stories that inspired the writer to write the character]] when, in fact, most reviewers of the book actually say that is not true due to the majority of the themes being universal and the references made at the end are just in passing and more akin to to easter eggs for the fans. [[ComicBook/NewXMen Haters of the series loving it because it does something new with the ''Daring Do'' formula despite using many of the tropes they are known to hate from the series]]. [[Creator/AlanMoore Ironically, it is the only New Adventures book the original author of the series vocally likes (rather than merely tolerates) due to it not ripping any of her stories off.]]
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